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Natalie Hemming death: Paul Hemming denies further charges

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Image caption Natalie Hemming was reported missing on 3 May

A man who has denied murdering his partner has denied other charges relating to her death.

Natalie Hemming, 31, was last seen alive in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, on 1 May. She was found dead on 22 May.

Paul Hemming, 42, of Milton Keynes, pleaded not guilty at Luton Crown Court to preventing the lawful burial of her body and obstructing the coroner.

He remains in custody and is due to stand trial in October.

In July, Mr Hemming pleaded not guilty to murder, which is alleged to have taken place between 30 April and 4 May, at their home in Alderney Avenue, Newton Leys.

The body of the mother-of-three was found in a wood at Chandlers Cross in Hertfordshire, 30 miles away.

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